I for one hated school, got kicked out of a couple and had so many suspension-days that if I added them all together it would equate to probably half a year.
Moving on, regarding the article it just says that the person collected Pokemon-plushies 'cause kids made fun of her disabled arm, what was disabled about it? Also could it have been surgically corrected and if so for how much? do you think her Pokemon-plush collection could have covered the surgical-procedure if there was one available?
No worries — I didn’t infer anything negative from your question. In fact, it’s a reasonable question to ask. Because, if a company was allowed to claim the record, then the Pokemon company would probably come out on top
Anyway, yeah, I actually started a spreadsheet a couple of months ago, but it’s far from complete. My collection of handbills and posters alone is in the hundreds — and those are “unique” numbers.
How fitting! Unique numbers for a unique collection. You certainly have the largest collection of handbills in the world. At least, in the known collecting world. It is something you can truly be proud of. I think that such items really capture the essence of Pokemon culture, which is fitting for you geographically speaking.
Well, if we’re talking about handbills in general, my collection is small potatoes compared to many others. But, yeah, I’m sure I could stake a claim to largest collection of Pokemon handbills, anyway. (I also have a significant collection of Japanese-language baseball handbills, for both NPB and MLB.)
It’s hard to say if I have multiples of those original-era posters, as everything is sealed away in cardboard tubes. (Eventually I’ll get around to going through those as well.)
I do know for a fact that I have multiples of Neo-era TCG posters, if those interest you at all.